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What was the conclusion of Batman: The Killing Joke

The joke is a metaphor. In that scene, the Batman has asked the Joker how can he help him, maybe together they can find a way to really cure the Joker; this reminds him a joke, that goes along this ...
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What was the conclusion of Batman: The Killing Joke

What was the conclusion of that scene or what was the actual meaning of that? I couldn't understand the ending of the movie. It's intentionally left up the audience to figure out what it means. It is ...
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What is the significance of the Joker's plan?

The assault is specifically to torment Jim Gordon, not a random act of violence (as far as all of the Joker's actions are random acts of violence), but it's just done to prove his point. Spoilered due ...
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What was the conclusion of Batman: The Killing Joke

They just laugh together Since relevant, I'll refer to the comic, on which the movie's based. Both other answers are on track. Context for several views on this story It's commonly regarded, as by ...
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